The Light Box

A multi-sensory theatre experience


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From the producers, Dan Giovannoni and Anna Robi, who stirred Sydney with Wrecking and the House of Dogs, comes a wild and thought-provoking new play - The Light Box.

Since 2011, The Light Box has developed and grown with the support of Playwriting genius, Bambina Borracha, a graphic reading at Jurassic Lounge and finally an animated performance for Sydney Film Festival in June of last year. The play has morphed over the last 3 years and is now a full length theatrical production.

The production debuted at Redfern’s 107 Projects on July 10 and has received excellent reviews. Australian playwright Natalia Savvides, tells a free-wheeling epic that links the real tragedy of a fractured family to a bizarre world far from reality.

The Light Box highlights that it is impossible to predict who you will love, who will love you in return and whether or not your world is the real world. Where do the boundaries of these mercurial aspects of life begin and end?

Director James Dalton (A Butcher of Distinction, The Criminals) will lead this expedition through a poetic landscape, engaging a beautiful soundscape, moments of surreal imagery alongside the physical performances of the actors.

The Light Box is the type of theatre that really reminds audiences that they can find wonder and magic in a small box hidden in the city.

Dates: 10th – 28th July 2013

Performances: 8pm Wednesday – Saturday and 5pm Sunday

Tickets:  $25 Full Price or $20 Concession

For more information and bookings, visit www.fatboydancing.com/thelightbox

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